Janet Youngdahl celebrates the works of Barbara Strozzi
In celebration of the 400th anniversary of 17th century composer Barbara Strozzi, Janet Youngdahl (Music) will perform and present research with collaborators and colleagues throughout the coming months.
Visualizing Agriculture premiere at Crossing Boundaries 2019
What started as a class project became a creative collision of art and science on display. Fortunately, it was all captured on film. Visualizing Agriculture, a documentary co-directed by Leanne Elias and Bryn Hewko, premiered at the Crossing Boundaries Symposium, October 26.
Mary Kavanagh's exhibition 'Daughters of Uranium' explores atomic tourism
Mary Kavanagh’s (Art) exhibition Daughters of Uranium opened in Calgary Friday, September 27, at the Founders’ Gallery, located at the Military Museum. Running until January 26, 2020, Kavanagh’s exhibition is the culmination of more than a decades-worth of research and creation.
The Big Bang Weekend celebrated the opening of the state-of-the-art Science Commons, and the Faculty of Fine Arts made sure to make their presence known during this historical weekend. From performance art to whiteboard art, lectures and hands-on demonstrations, research in the arts was on display.
Jay Whitehead's theatre company brings home awards
Jay Whiteheadis the founder and artistic director of Theatre Outre, a professional theatre company in Lethbridge Alberta. Jay and his team, made up of many Fine Arts alumni, had a busy summer performing, premiering new works and winning awards.
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Rolf Boon- Music
Participating as one of 40 composers commissioned by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra to celebrate Canada's 150th, Rolf Boon (Music) presented the Minister of Heritage with a DVD and bound collection of scores.
Anne Dymond is an associate professor in the Department of Art specializing in art history and visual culture. She was named the 2018 Board of Governor's Teaching Chair, and was awarded the 2019 University of Lethbridge Volunteer Award.
Georg Boenn (Music) attended the Linux Audio Conference (LAC) at Stanford University, March 23-26 2019, where his Ambiosonic Electronic Music ‘ad infintum’ was performed using a 56.8 channels full 3D sound system. His book, Computational Models of Rhythm and Meter, published July 2018 in hardcover and eBook, has been downloaded over 1550 times.